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What to Eat at the Superdome During Saints Games This Season

Where to find crawfish bread, jambalaya, and Cajun meat pies

Caesars Superdome.
| ASM Global

New Orleans Saints fans have a lot to look forward to this year, and not just because of new starting quarterback Derek Carr. Caesars Superdome has added a slew of new food options for the season, in addition to claims that technological and logistical upgrades will make lines move faster. If you’re not planning to visit the many winning restaurants within walking distance of the ‘Dome (thanks to its central location downtown), dining options inside the stadium should be better than ever this season. Here is your 2023-2024 guide to the newest and greatest food at the Superdome, and where to find it.

Beau Coup Barbeque

Plaza level at Section 117

Pulled pork and beef brisket burnt-end sandwiches, chicken wings, and locally sourced breads.

Big Freezy

Plaza level at Section 111; Loge level at Section 228

Classic frozen daiquiris, frozen Irish Coffee, and soft serve ice cream in cups and cones.

Crescent City Sausage

Loge level at Section 228; Lower Terrace level at Section 514

Alligator sausage, jumbo footlong hotdogs, and vegan sausages on locally sourced buns.

Bienville Burger Bar

Loge level at Section 227

Double cheeseburgers, Patton’s sausage cheeseburgers, vegan burgers, and fries.

Delta Roost

Loge level at Section 228

Grilled and fried chicken sandwiches; fried chicken and biscuits.

504 Eats

Plaza level at Section 119; Lower Terrace level at Sec 518

Cajun meat pies, Tony Chachere’s jambalaya, and ultimate nachos.

Dressed or Not New Orleans PoBoys

Loge level at Section 217; Lower Terrace level at Section 513

Cochon de lait, fried shrimp, and vegetarian wild mushroom po’ boys.

Magnolia Mezze

Loge level at Section 217

Traditional gyros, chicken shawarma, and Greek salad wraps.

Mercado Tortillas

Plaza level at Section 112; Lower Terrace level at Section 519

Shrimp, steak and chipotle, and chicken tacos.

Grab and Go

Bayou Kitchen & Market

Plaza level at Section 104, 113, 153; Loge level in the NW Atria; Upper GA level at Section 559; Lower Terrace level at Section 515

Double stack cheeseburgers, chicken tenders, Tony Chachere’s jambalaya, sandwiches, salads, and snacks.

Parish Pizza and Provisions

Plaza level at Section 115; Loge level in the NE Atria, Section 219; Upper GA level at Section 503; Lower Terrace level at Section 515

Little Caesars pepperoni or cheese pizza, crawfish bread, garlic parmesan wings, sandwiches, salads, and snacks.

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